Donate in memory of a loved one
Thank you for wanting to donate in memory to PAPYRUS.
We are so sorry to hear that you have lost a loved one. Sadly, many of our supporters have lost a loved one. It is humbling to know you are thinking about donating to PAPYRUS in his/hers/their memory. Donating in memory of a loved one can be a nice way to remember your loved one and help spread HOPE to those who may be struggling. Every donation we receive makes a valuable difference to the work we do in supporting young people at risk of suicide to stay safe and find hope in tough times.
Please know our thoughts are with you and if you or anyone you know needs support please call HOPELINEUK on 0800 068 4141. Our trained advisors will be able to give you free and confidential advice on dealing with suicidal thoughts as well as guidance if you are concerned about a young person. A full list of bereavement support can also be found HERE.
Ways you can donate in memory to PAPYRUS:
Funeral Collections or gifts in lieu of funeral flowers – if you would like to give a gift in this way simply speak to your funeral director who can help arrange this, or you can contact us.
Tribute page – if you would like to collect donations online in memory of a loved one, you can create a ‘In memory’ page. These can support a specific event, collection or ongoing fundraising. You can create these on JustGiving as well as a ‘Someone Special’ page on Virgin Money Giving, or a ‘Tribute’ page on Much Loved.
Much Loved – Much loved is about remembering the person that has died and helping those affected by their death. Offering individual tribute pages (explained above) as well as shared dedication pages, much loved allows you to choose how to honour your loved one in a way that feels right for you. PAPYRUS has a dedication page where you can remember your loved one and help give the gift of hope. To donate to PAPYRUS and remember your loved one, find our dedication page HERE.
If you would like to discuss the different options around fundraising in memory of someone, please contact the fundraising team.